A few days ago I discovered Blak from the Coca--Cola company. It's an infusion of Cola and coffee so, of course, I had to try this. I fell completely in love with this Elixir Of The Gods. However there were a couple of wee drawbacks, availability and cost. I had/have never seen it anywhere other that the roadside service station we stopped at and it was $2.28 for a very small bottle. This is my not exact but fairly close solution.
This is a favorite recipe of my DH's. It's fast and tasty. He makes it frequently for most social gatherings, most often serving with kettle chips. He says it doesn't scale well, so if you'd like to double the batch, make two separate batches, then add them together.
'Pamper your guests by serving these luscious smoothies in long stemmed glasses with a chilled ice tea spoon. Add some fresh fruit and homemade granola to make a memorable morning meal.' Taken from "Simply Sarasota Creatively Casual Cuisine" by the Junior League of Sarasota.
Found for the World Tour 2005, this looks like something dh would love! A Mexican recipe, it has been called ' "funeral coffee" because it is always served at the velorios - all-night wakes - with large trays of sweet rolls.'
My Dr was recently extolling the virtues of rye bread for the diabetic. More fiber and the lowest glycemic index of any bread. This recipe makes a small 1 lb loaf. Baking time is however long it takes your machine.
My husband's favourite burger shop - the only burger shop in our little village 35 years ago - still serves this Hamburger called "Hamburger Neu" which means "Hamburger New". Unluckily the owner of the place who invented this fabulous burger has died several years ago. There are new owners who serve the same burger, but it's not quite the same as it used to be, so we decided to make it ourselves.
The onions used can be purchased in boxes in Germany. If you don't get them in the US, just fry your own, it's more work but even better I guess ;-)
Elegant and rich with a creamy, buttery texture, this is the best chicken salad I've ever eaten! The original recipe was served at Yankee Peddler's Tea Room in Missouri and I've adjusted to taste. This is an excellent chicken salad for croissants, or serve on a bed of greens with melon and fruit on the side for a wonderful summer meal.
I found this recipe on-line from the blog of Lizel Salter, author of "Recipes from South Africa" and here is her description of the recipe: "This is a fantastic recipe for shortbread, a speciality of the Scottish. It is one of South Africa’s favourites and this is a recipe for home-made shortbread." The recipe doesn't indicate the amount this makes, so I am guessing at the amounts.
These deli-style "bulky rolls" are perfect for over-stuffed sandwiches. Top them with sesame or poppy seeds for that authentic "bakery look" and though there are a lot of steps I found it to be pretty easy. I did get a "stamp" from KA to get the Kaiser roll look. (I did not turn them upside down as directed - wasn't sure how hard they'd be to turn over)
Simple old-fashioned chicken salad which is perfect for sandwiches or stuffing tomatoes. Although the recipe calls for boiling uncooked chicken leftover chicken would also work fine and give wonderful flavor to the chicken salad. Recipe source: local newspaper
Yummy brittle....just don't try to make it on a day with high humidity. It will turn out too sticky. Also, if your cashews aren't roasted, be sure to throw them in the oven for a bit.....it adds a great deal to the taste! The 20 minute prep time is the time to roast the cashews if necessary.